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Surely not, Biggles!!. My series 2 landrover had a fold flat screen until I converted to a single screen.

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Yes i know it's a bit of a thread drift, nowt new, but it seems about right,being as assorted vehicles have been mentioned.. Anyway, isn't it remarkable that today, we have 'works ' transit vans with more gizmos than you got in a Rolls Royce 30years ago!!. But to counter that, if you have the slightest bump in a modern day vehicle, it's written off!!. Whereas 30years ago, you could knock trees down (metaphorically speaking) and still drive home!!

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Did you get the keep fit starting handle like i had in my moggy the lift forward seats were also a bonus.

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It certainly had a starting handle. I sold it to a butcher in Coddington but the registration, FBT 20, survives to this day on a modern car. Looking at the original logbook it had been owned by just about every member of the RAF! I resprayed in Rolls Royce metallic blue, my first and only attempt at a respray. It was rather good though!

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Have you any pictures of your mgtc Phil there was this fellow years ago had one they nicknamed him the Earl of Bestwood and i had the pleasure of keeping it running he was in the young conservatives back in the day.

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Photo coming up!  This thread started with congestion due to bridge works so thought this image might be of interest.

 

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According to the Nottingham Post, travellers have now moved onto the park & ride site!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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